Lung cancer has been the most common cancer type for several decades with a low survival rate worldwide. Smoking is the most important risk factor for lung cancer, which accounts for 80-90 % of all lung cancer cases. Due to the declining trend in smoking, other lifestyle factors may become important for the incidence of lung cancer.
Populations are ageing all over the world and inactivity-related diseases are on the rise. Why are most people inactive, and what are possible solutions for individuals and societies? These hard questions are dealt with by NTNU’s new MSc in Physical Activity and Health.
Blogger: Torunn Askim Early on a Friday morning in the middle of November, PhD student Anne Hokstad and I, headed towards…
The red double-decker buses that are symbolic of the city of London have an altogether different significance if you study heart disease. Sixty years…